A CAR was stolen from McDonald restaurant, Beaufort Street about 1.15am on October 24.
“An unknown male suspect has entered the restaurant, leant over the counter and picked up the victim’s vehicle keys,” Senior Sergeant Craig Davis said.
The man walked outside of the restaurant and took the vehicle.
He was described as fairskinned, medium build with short, brown hair and wore a blue hooded jumper, black shorts, black Nike sandals and carried a black backpack.
FRAUD in the Perth CBD resulted from a burglary.
Police said jewellery and bank cards were taken from a Barker Road home in Subiaco between 8.30am and 11am on October 23.
CCTV subsequently captured a woman using the card for fraud in the CBD.
She was described as being of medium height and build, wearing a grey short-sleeved shirt with pink Adidas motif on front, black undershirt, Adidas track pants, a cream-coloured bag and large aviator sunglasses.
AN unlocked back door allowed a man and a woman to enter a Vincent Street house about 4pm on September 17.
Police said a mobile phone was taken before the home owner heard the rear door and saw the man and woman in the backyard.
The home owner followed the pair and after a verbal exchange the man grabbed the phone off the woman and handed it back to the victim.
The man was described as dark-skinned, 20-30, medium build and dark hair, wearing a black Everlast top, and the woman was dark-skinned, 35-45, thin-medium build and dark hair tied back.